Cardinal Keith O’Brien, involved in secrets, lies and cover-up. Pictures by Bill Heaney
The NUJ is pleased to be able to offer two free events for Book Week Scotland, supported by the Scottish Book Trust and Scottish Union Learning. These will be Zoom events and all are welcome, so please feel free to share this information widely.
To attend, please register on Eventbrite (follow the links below), where you will find more information about the events.
If you have any questions, please contact Catherine Deveney, email@example.com
SECRETS, LIES AND COVER-UP: THE ROLE OF THE PRESS IN THE FALL OF THE UK’S MOST SENIOR CATHOLIC CLERIC.
Tuesday 16th November, 7-8pm.
Ex-priest Brian Devlin, author of ‘Cardinal Sin’, joins journalist Catherine Deveney to discuss his book and the role of the press in the downfall of the late Scottish Cardinal Keith O’Brien. The story hit front pages internationally in 2013. Viewers can simply listen to the conversation if they prefer, but the audience will also be invited to participate with questions and comments. Questions for the session can also be submitted in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BREAKING NEWS: A SESSION WITH NICK SHERIDAN FOR PARENTS AND CHILDREN, TEACHERS AND THOSE INTERESTED IN MEDIA EDUCATION.
Wednesday 17th November, 7-8pm
Join journalist Nick Sheridan for an interactive event that will helps kids understand the news.. With practical tips to help kids spot fake news, and top tips for budding journalists, Nick draws on his expertise to show kids how to navigate the ever confusing world of news in a humorous and reassuring way. Nick’s book, Breaking News, a guide to the news for 8–12-year-olds, is out on 23rd December 2021.
This session is for parents to attend with their children, but also for teachers and other interested parties. Please register for this event including your child’s name if you will be accompanied. Solo adults also welcome. Questions for the session can be submitted in advance to email@example.com.